Eight major Japanese automakers have agreed to share engine research.
Suzuki makes more than just automobiles. Known for their ATVs, Motorcycles and other motor-vehicles. In North America, you likely know them for the Kizashi sports sedan, Swift compact car, and the Suzuki Equator and Grand Vitara trucks.
It’s that time of year again; time for extended families to cram together around an all-too-small table, eat themselves into a food coma, argue over football and be told by countless relatives how they should be living their lives. Yup, it is time to give thanks.
Suzuki has revealed five concepts that will be heading to the 2013 Tokyo Motor Show, four of which will be world premieres.
Everybody loves talking about millennials but nobody does anything about them. Roughly speaking this demographic encompasses young – and not-so-young – folks born in the early 1980s to about 2000. With birth years spanning two decades this is a huge group of very diverse people.
Despite being defunct in the U.S., Suzuki is calling back roughly 194,000 Grand Vitara and SX4 vehicles because of a potential problem with passenger-seat airbag deployment.
A bitter dispute between Suzuki and Volkswagen remains unchanged despite recent media reports.
The alliance between Suzuki and Volkswagen turned ugly a couple of years ago, but the two automakers are exploring options to once again cooperate with one another or at least to enter a settlement to end the legal battle.
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) is beginning an investigation looking into malfunctioning airbag warning lights on 2006-2011 Suzuki Grand Vitara and 2007-2011 Suzuki SX4 vehicles.
Sometimes automakers have holes in their line-up bigger than Van Halen did in 1985. Due to a lack of time, resources or manufacturing facilities, the company looks for a quick fix. The solution? Grab a vehicle from another company that fills the void and rebrand it as their own. But like Wade Boggs in a…
Suzuki of Wichita is switching brands rather than shutting down in light of the Japanese brand pulling out of the U.S. market.
Suzuki Canada Inc. (SCI) has announced that it will realign its business operations in order to focus on long-term growth for its Motorcycle, ATV, and Marine Divisions, resulting in transitioning out of the automobile business in Canada.
Suzuki announced its exit from the U.S. market late last year, but the brand’s cars are still selling in other countries – the latest of which it is teasing ahead of the upcoming Geneva Motor Show.
Suzuki may no longer exist in America, but the Japanese automaker is still performing just fine in its home country.
After checking out the top 10 best selling vehicles of last year, it’s now time to take a look at the worst performers on dealerships lots. It isn’t a huge surprise to see the Volvo C30 on the list at 10th place, considering the Swedish automaker decided to give the vehicle the axe at the…
As 2012 winds to an end, AutoGuide looks back at all the vehicles that received the axe this year, some that will be missed, while others surely won’t be. Starting it off is the Acura ZDX, a crossover that had a very tough time breaking into the market. Priced at around $51,815 including delivery, the…
Suzuki may have ceased its operations in America, but the Japanese automaker continues on as normal overseas, heading to the 2013 Tokyo Auto Salon with several Wagon R models.
American Suzuki is issuing out a recall for 2,830 XL7 SUVs for a faulty fuel pump that could potentially cause a fuel leak.
American Suzuki Corp. filed for bankruptcy recently and announced its exit from the U.S. market, and now the company is importing 2,500 more cars to America to meet a rise in demand.
Despite filing for Chapter 11 last month, American Suzuki Motor Corporation (ASMC) is buying an additional 2,500 vehicles from Japan to sell in the U.S. market.
Suzuki is scrambling to sell its remaining stock in the U.S. and to a certain extent it seems to be working.
Now that Suzuki has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy in the states, the brand’s dealers are faced with a decision; take a cash settlement from the brand, or fight Suzuki HQ in bankruptcy court.
American Suzuki ended its North American car selling operation earlier this week, but that left a crowd of unhappy dealers the company is now trying to pay off.
While Suzuki’s automotive distribution arm has filed for bankruptcy in America, the company has announced that it will continue to sell cars in Canada.
Despite a positive 5 percent sales increase for the month of October, American Suzuki is preparing to close up shop in North America, announcing it will file for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection.